34 days ago

Moturoa intersection up-grade

Charles from Lynmouth - Moturoa

Good to see this work progressing well but I remain concerned that there is no decision on new speed limit. Apparently now part of national exercise. Recommended new limit is 30kph. Looking again at speed limits around Moturoa and noting the numerous schools, kindergartens, shops plus poor road alignment perhaps this should be extended from Bonithon Avenue to Bayly Road. What do you think?

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6 days ago

Airport Company wants another $20M !

Peter from New Plymouth

I was one of those invisible ratepayers who made submissions to the NPDC about our new $30M airport.

It was neither needed nor warranted in my opinion, our Mayor on the other hand opined that " it would keep the tills ringing" . So hows that going Neil?

While we were assured that it would not ever be a burden on the ratepayer, no sir not ever, it was entirely predictable that it would be given the councils, any councils, history of dabbling in commerce. It was just a matter of when and how!

And now they want another $20 million or so. Outrageous.
Its time the council was called to account and some resignations tendered . I'll hold my breath.

9 hours ago

What's On: Annual Giant Plant Sale

Pat from Brooklands - Vogeltown

Fundraiser for Hospital chaplaincy in Taranaki. All over the city, plants are being potted up ready for this event - maybe you are too? contact Pat Schwass 753 9309
Annual Giant Plant Sale
  • St. Andrews Church
7 hours ago

Taranaki Down Syndrome Association - Auction Fundraiser on trade-me

Sandy Slattery from Taranaki Down Syndrome Association

Check out the Taranaki Down Syndrome Association Auction Fundraiser on trade-me - auction closes 10 July 2020. Go to trade-me and search for TDSA Auction, or go to the TDSA community FB public Facebook. Please share with family and friends to help us reach as many people as possible - THANK YOU!

There are nine items that have been very generously donated from local Taranaki people and businesses up for auction; they are as follows:

1. Rugby boots signed by Beauden Barrett from Rugby World Cup 2019
2. Molemap from Naevus Mole Mapping
3. One night stay for two at Wai-iti Beach Retreat
4. Chiefs rugby jersey signed by Warren Gatland
5. Chiefs rugby ball signed by the team
6. Chiefs rugby jersey signed by the team
7. Beauty Pamper Voucher from R and Co Skin And Beauty
8. Taranaki Play Ball Party voucher
9. Locally handmade Macrame Pot Hanger

Go to Trade-me and search for TDSA Auction OR go to the Taranaki Down Syndrome Community Facebook public page.